Relief is on the way for residents in Florida’s Panhandle following flooding in July.
It was another day of flooding and frustration on Miami Beach.
People who live on Miami Beach were hit hard again, Thursday, with heavy rainfall.
Flooded streets and roadways created commuter chaos, Wednesday, as several inches of rain fell in a short period of time.
Heavy rainfall on Miami Beach forced drivers to take it slowly and drenched the set-up for the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week: Swim 2013, Wednesday morning.
Urban flood advisories were cancelled in Broward County as rain slowed to a trickle by Wednesday afternoon, but with meteorologists seeing more rain on radar for Wednesday evening, flood waters could rise even higher.
Get ready for more wet weather. Thunderstorms and heavy downpours are likely at times again, Monday.
While it looks like part of the upcoming weekend will be a washout, it’s not anything like what the area was facing earlier in the week.
In anticipation of Chantal’s arrival on Friday as either a tropical depression or weak tropical storm, the City of Hollywood ready to help those residents who get hit hard when a storm with drenching rains moves through.
In an effort to help alleviate parking issues along Alton Road during an ongoing construction project, Miami Beach officials will allow drivers to park within the work zone at spots where a white bag covers the parking meter.